The Women's Football programme is one of the most successful in the University sector, winning the National Premier South League in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2014.
As one of the University's High Performance Sports, Women's Football provides an excellent pathway for players from an international elite level to the community grassroots player. The University if extremely committed to the long-term development of women's football and whatever your experience or playing background, we are interested in hearing from you.
For the elite and experienced player the programme provides an ideal opportunity to represent the University in BUCS, continue to play domestic club football and most importantly, study for a degree and future career.
There is also a second XI, which is open to all ability levels as it offers a recreational outlet for students wanting to play competitive sport. In addition to the representative teams, there is also a weekly social women’s football session run as part of the Active Students and UH Campus Football programmes.
The Women's Football Club compete in the National University League and Cup Programme managed by BUCS.
1st XI: Premier South and Championship 2nd XI: South Eastern Tier 3B and Conference Cup
Fixtures take place on Wednesday afternoons at the University Sports Village.
Trials and taster sessions will begin during the first week of term after fresher's week.
You must pre-register to attend these at either the Athletic Union Sports Fair or the SU Fresher’s Fair where you will be given further information.
All members must have signed up to the Club before their first fixture, whichever comes first.
The Women's Football Programme is managed and coached by a number of FA qualified coaches with extensive experience within the national women's game.